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affair. new information about the e- mail threats his former lover sent and why the fbi is searching her home. >>> he's a very smart guy. very accomplished guy. >> and he is a guy that has some dark demons. >> a legendary name in silicone valley now being connected to a serious crime. why authorities want to talk to this man and why he says he'll stay in hiding. >>> and the high-profile murder case on the peninsula thrown out. where authorities made their mistake allowing the suspect to go free. good evening, i'm dana king. >> i'm ken bastida. new details tonight in the david petraeus affair. the fbi is now pouring over evidence removed from paula broadwell's north carolina home. the e-mails she sent to the director. cbs 5 reporter on what is becoming an increasingly sorted affair. liz? >> at first glance, the e- mails, they didn't look like a threat to the national security. mostly with the messages that are set from the jealous girlfriend. instead they uncovered an elaborate scheme that would lead to the resignation of the director and growing concerns over how much his mistress knew.
director was rooted in jealousy. the fbi uncovered evidence of an affair between him and his biographer after she sent harassing messages to another woman who broadwell thought was too close to him. the second woman is 37-year old jill kelly of the tampa area. kelly is a civilian who does work for the u.s. central command. during the time that the director was working for the unit he met kelly. he told friends had he had no romantic involvement with kelly and only saw her when she was with her husband. law enforcement officials say they find no evidence to refute that. and found kelly to be a victim. some close o to the director say he has told them the affair began two months after he became director and ended about four months ago. frentds say he described it as in frequent and said he never pursued her after the affair ended. >> no one is likely to face charges. there are no national security threats. >> top congressional leaders of both parties today projected a resolution of the fiscal cliff issue. if it is not taken care of tax cuts go into effect at the first of the year. all s
video of the attack was captured by cell phones. it took about 10 more days for the fbi to get its hands on video taken by security cameras. that class fewed video shown to the house and senate intelligence committees answers sop of the questions surrounding the attack. a u.s. intelligence official shows it has no sign of how it -- the attack was not well planned. the attackers did not know the layout of the compound. the attack lasted about an hour. the surviving americans retreated to a cia safe house about a mile away where they continued to take fire from small arms and rocket propelled grenades. after another hour the shooting stopped. for four hours no shots were fired giving the rescue team time to make its way to the annex. ten minutes after they arrived a second attack again. this time with mortars. that attack was also captured on video both by security cameras and a drone. it shows a more organized and deliberate assault. intercepted phone calms and text messages indicate some of those were inspired in part by televised scenes of protesters in cairo in rage other an anti- musl
, the fbi agent has the author tight make the decision. subject to the board of supervisors it would be devoted to that and that is a big distinction. the information, older than six months and that is not protected the same way other communications would be. >> and in this situation we're talking about a military general. the standards are so high with military conduct. is that something that should be relooked and we should be up in someone's business about? >> that is a troubling question, i think. we ask the service members to undertake great risks and make sacrifices for us, and we seem to hold them to a different set of standards. >> he's the director of the cia. >> right. >> and if he's the top spy in the top spy network in the world and is doing something this stupid, that is a standard there? >> if he was not compromising national security, he was compromising his marriage. >> right job, and -- >> he's a top spy and should know people would be look at him. does he have a different standard? >> petraeus crow rewrote the rules in many base. i think he's been a celebrity the mi
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